School environment based on empowering teachers, students

05/26/2014 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Education

Connecting the school to the wider community was important to Carol Hunter when she was a school principal. Hunter, an award-winning, retired elementary-school principal and president of Impact Leadership, writes in this blog post about a successful approach she took while principal of a large inner-city school that included empowering teachers, students and parents. That included allowing students to sign up for yoga, act as leaders in conflict resolution and more, while teachers were empowered through shared leadership and professional development.

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